Konsta Linkola is a commercial photographer and an aspiring artist based in Tampere, Finland. Despite his young age Konsta draws attention around the globe with his work. Being awarded and published by National Geographic and working with variety of global brands Konsta stands out of the masses with his personal style and devotion to the art.
For Konsta the biggest sources of inspiration and themes for his work come from the nature. Being an outdoor enthusiast Konsta is highly interested in the cultures surrounding rural and outdoor life. He lives through his experiences and that's also what he wants to give the viewer. His personal art projects explores the relationship between mankind and nature, and the illusion of it.
Apart from his personal art and commercial commissions Konsta works on brand endorsement and social media campaigns. He is regularly consulting businesses on genuine, innovative and effective commercial use of social media. Konsta's ability to network and learn as well as his experiences as an entrepreneur since he was 16 has brought him to the state where he is now able to share his knowledge and ideas through his lectures and workshops.
5 years of active work in the field of social media has brought Konsta to the stage where his connections to content creators and influencers have become a valuable asset in itself. Konsta often works as the middleman, connecting people with shared desires together.
- Commercial photography
- Content marketing strategy & consulting
- Workshops & lectures
- Influencer marketing
Helsinki City, Halti, Microsoft, Costo, Makia, UPM, WWF, Apple, Aether Apparel, Volvo, Mercedes Benz, Scandinavian Outdoor, Nemo, Peak Performance, Kilroy Travels, GoPro, Visit Sweden, MySwitzerland, Weir Minerals, Finnish Defence Forces, Canon, ASUS
Exhibitions & Awards
- Bang Bang Gallery: Avanto (solo) 2017
- Rupla gallery: Forest within a city (group) 2016
- The Finnish Museum of Photography: Taskugalleria (group) 2015
- Photography World Cup 2018 Team Finland
- National Geographic: Nordic Photo of the Year 2011